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wow, nice. I got os x after I graduated college 3 years ago. Adium is the shit, cutting and pasting equations sure would have come in handy a while back. That cube icon on my screenshot is my adium, it rotates when I get an IM. To type out equations though, your friends also need to have Adium though don't they? I like adium for its OTR encryption built in but all of my friends use Windoze or Linux.


Yeah, your friends have to have Adium (which mine do), the only downside to a lot of the really cool features Adium has.

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Just downloaded Tomato Torrent, looks pretty cool. If you don't have Quicksilver, you might like that. Quicksilver and VirtueDesktops I can't live without. They really come in handy when you got lots of shit open.

I'll look into these.
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This is my desktop at work. The image is Lake Barker, a photo I took in Joshua Tree National Park.
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Mine changes with the circumstances.
This week I need to be persistent, so we've called on our old friend "˜Bud Fox' from
"˜Wall Street'.
'This is your wake up call, Buddy. Time to go to work.'

I was being lazy when I put this up. It's still got the Paint Shop Pro cropping mark in the middle of it.
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Here is the desktop to end all desktops. So sue me. I just installed Windows XP Pro for the first time.
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1024 on my laptop shrunken down to 800. Autohide an address/command bar up top, great time saver. Putting a picture up on the background slows down my system too much. And my comp. isn't 600mhz either, it's a 1.4 ghz centrino laptop, just throttled down to 600 atm.
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So sue me. I just installed Windows XP Pro for the first time.
Hello. Welcome to 2001.
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Hello. Welcome to 2001.
"I'm afraid I can't let you do that, Dave."
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Very nice screenshot. The coolest I've ever seen Windoze look. Which programs did you use for the tweaking? At first glance I thought this was Enlightenment on Linux.
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Hello. Welcome to 2001.
I'll never install Vista so long as I don't have to. I was running 2000 Pro before.
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A few watches. Icons appear small. I have a 24" Dell. Too much monitor for someone completely computer inept.
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Honhorst's Supper Party. Tenebrism + prostitution = win.
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Does anyone know where that super big picture of James Dean in the rain is? I had that as my wallpaper before.
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I have a 24" Dell. Too much monitor for someone completely computer inept.
Too much monitor? What are you, a woman? Thats like saying your television is too big. As far as I'm concerned, there's no such thing! You are aware that you can make your icons larger (if you desire). I have the same exact 24" Dell monitor and since I generally sit about 8 feet away from it, I made my icons larger. You can see it in my screen shot.
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nyf: What add-on do you use to get the calendar and icons like that?
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